Now that the Romantics’ ”What I Like About You” — one of the best pop songs to roll in on the ’70s New Wave — has the dubious distinction of being used in a beer commercial, its inclusion on a career compilation of this melodic garage band seems both belated and unnecessary. Other than that exciting blast of punked-up rock, What I Like About You has the Detroit quartet’s two Top 40 hits (”One in a Million” and the awful ”Talking in Your Sleep”) plus seven other album cuts, none of which was exactly crying out for reissue. C
What I Like About You (And Other Romantic Hits)Now that the Romantics' ''What I Like About You'' — one of the best pop songs to roll in on the '70s New Wave — has the dubious distinction of...What I Like About You (And Other Romantic Hits)ReissuesNow that the Romantics' ''What I Like About You'' — one of the best pop songs to roll in on the '70s New Wave — has the dubious distinction of...1991-01-25
Genre: Reissues; Producer (group): Epic Associated
Posted January 25 1991 — 12:00 AM EST
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